Frank Lampard Everton’s head coach disclosed that Dominic Calvin Lewin will Miss Saturday’s match against Chelsea slated to hold at Goodison park after sustaining an injury whilst training and Lampard is not certain as to when he will return to the field, but he’s hopeful that he will not stay long off the field.
According to Lampard, the injury is currently being diagnosed and he is not certain as to the time it will take for Dominic to recover. He expressed his displeasure over the turn of events as Dominic was very fine and doing quite well in training but this isn’t something new in the world of football, they’ll have to find a way to replace him on the field
“We are assessing Dom’s injury,” Lampard said. “No timeframe has been confirmed and we are pretty sure what level it is so we are hopeful it is not long-term.
“We’ll miss him for Chelsea. He was looking in great physical condition and was training really well.
“It was a freak injury in training, which does happen. It’s a shame but we have to find the solutions to keep ourselves strong without Dominic before he returns.”
Frank Lampard is an English professional player, who is currently the head coach of Premier League club Everton. He is regarded as Chelsea’s greatest player. He was named the premier league player of the decade from 2000 to 2010.
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